The Flood Relief Campaign 2010 and 2011

The Flood Relief Program 2010 was United Youth of Pakistan’s first project which began in September 2010. It was an intensive campaign during which 7 charity walks were conducted in Karachi and donations were collected by students through different methods i.e. by selling our merchandise materials made for the cause and by approaching donors. As a result of which a hefty amount was collected. This was then used to provide Ration Bags to the Flood Affected people in Daulatpur.

The organization then collaborated with Saylani Welfare International Trust and provided warm clothings and blankets in the same area.

Later a distribution was done in Haji Chairman Ayub village (Badin) to provide Ration to over 250 families followed by a medical camp on 18th October 2011.
Next clothing and monetary funds were given to 137 families in Haji Nizamuddin, Haji Mohammad Ghulam Arain (Badin District) on 9th October 2011.
Followed by the distribution of Ration Bags 100 families in Bheel Colony (Mirpur Khas) on 16th October 2011

Furthermore 100 Ration Packets were distributed in Muhammad Khan Jhaggo and Athoo Daal ( Thatta District ) on 23rd October 2011 in collaboration with Pakistan Youth Forum Welfare Association (Registered).

United Youth of Pakistan Welfare Association distributed 200 Ration Packets in Haji Mataro Thaibo & Abdullah Shah Village (Badin District ) on 23rd October 2011 in collaboration with Pakistan Youth Forum Welfare Association (Registered).

United Youth of Pakistan Welfare Association distributed 100 Ration Packets in Pirbux Ahmdani & Sodhibeh (Tharpakar District ) on 31st October 2011 in collaboration with Manzil Foundation.

Later 200 Ration Packets with 200 comforters were distributed in Sokhroo Village, Chachro (Tharpakar District ) on 3st January 2012 in collaboration with Manzil Foundation.